Anchor Loans Promotes Sabrina Zuckerman to Chief Operating Officer

Calabasas, Calif., Feb. 21, 2018 – Anchor Loans, the nation’s number one hard-money lender to the fix-and-flip industry, announced today the promotion of Sabrina Zuckerman to Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Zuckerman joined Anchor Loans in 2014 as vice president of technology operations, managing the team behind Anchor’s proprietary fintech, a group of processes and technologies responsible for quick funding and efficient servicing of the company’s loans to real estate investors.

“Sabrina’s contribution to the company has been integral in overseeing and implementing our intuitive fintech,” said Stephen Pollack, CEO at Anchor Loans. “Her understanding of the mortgage industry and technology processes has been vital to the delivery of funding efficiency to our customers.”

Prior to joining Anchor, Sabrina worked in the mortgage industry for six years, bringing experience in transaction and asset management, loan originations, project management, and technology. She has a passion for process improvement and project management.

Sabrina is a native of Los Angeles and a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, backpacking, and spending time with her family and friends.

About Anchor Loans

At Anchor Loans, we bring borrowers and investors together to create mutually beneficial opportunities for all parties. We do this by specializing in the financing of rehab properties that contribute to the improvement of the neighborhoods in which those properties reside. Because we know, understand and anticipate the needs of our clients, we offer the fastest and most reliable funding options on the market, resulting in lucrative, honest and long-term relationships. By focusing our mission on these key areas, we continue to grow at a record pace, expanding into new markets and establishing ourselves as a leader in the lending sector for real estate investments.

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